European Regional Committee


The European Meeting of Statisticians

The European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS) is the main event sponsored by the European Regional Committee of the Bernoulli Society. Its organisation is accomplished following guidelines, whose current version has been established in 2013.

 

34th European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS)

July 3-7, 2023
Warsaw, Poland

The European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS), sponsored by the European Regional Committee of the Bernoulli Society, is the main statistics conference in Europe. Statisticians of all ages and from all regions will meet to exchange ideas and discuss the latest developments in the broad field of statistics and probability theory. The next EMS will be held in Warsaw in July 2023. More details will be available soon.

 

EMS 2022 (cancelled)

The 33rd European Meeting of Statisticians (EMS2022) had been planned to take place in Moscow, Russia, on July 18-22, 2022.

Program committee for EMS 2022:

  • Judith Rousseau (chair)
  • Denis Belomestny (local representative)
  • Geurt Jongbloed (ERC representative)
  • Peter Bühlmann
  • Arnoldo Frigessi
  • Eric Moulines
  • Stijn Vansteelandt
The co-chairs of the local organizing committee:
  • Andrey Raygorodsky:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
  • Vladimir Spokoiny:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
 

 

 


The Complete Series of
European Meeting of Statisticians

  1. 2023, Warsaw (PL)
  2. 2022, Moscow (RU) (cancelled)
  3. 2019, Palermo (IT)
  4. 2017, Helsinki (FI)
  5. 2015, Amsterdam (NL)
  6. 2013, Budapest (HU)
  7. 2010, Piraeus (GR)
  8. 2009, Toulouse (FR)
  9. 2006, Torun (PL)
  10. 2005, Oslo (NO)
  11. 2002, Praha (CZ)
  12. 2001, Funchal (PT)
  13. 1998, Vilnius (LT)
  14. 1995, Aarhus (DK)
  15. 1992, Bath (GB)
  16. 1991, Barcelona (ES)
  17. 1988, Berlin (DE)
  18. 1987, Thessaloniki (GR)
  19. 1984, Marburg (DE)
  20. 1982, Palermo (IT)
  21. 1981, Wroclaw (PL)
  22. 1980, Brighton (GB)
  23. 1979, Varna (BG)
  24. 1978, Oslo (NO)
  25. 1977, Leuven (BE)
  26. 1976, Grenoble (FR)
  27. 1974, Praha (CZ)
  28. 1972, Budapest (HU)
  29. 1970, Hannover (DE)
  30. 1968, Amsterdam (NL)
  31. 1966, London (GB)
  32. 1964, Bern (CH)
  33. 1963, Copenhagen (DK)
  34. 1962, Dublin (IE)

(NB: Country codes above are according to ISO 3166)

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